Airlines are making their seats more comfortable for passengers

According to CBS, Delta, Continental, Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines have all upgraded their planes in order to feature the newest and best in comfortable amenities.

Continental Airlines are now offering business class seats that turn into a fully flat bed, allows passenger the opportunity to have six feet of sleeping space when completely extended. The news source reports that their new accommodations are one of the widest business class seats that are currently in the air.

Air New Zealand’s new seats are called “sky couches,” which are a specially designed row of three seats that can lie flat, creating a flat space all the way to the seats in the front and in the back, allowing children to play or travelers to sleep. The Skycouch will be in full service on flights from Los Angles to Auckland in November.

Singapore Airlines deluxe suites, known as the “Singapore Suite” are some of the most exclusive seats out on the market. Found on the A380 aircrafts, there are twelve suites that are basically a private cabin for travelers, where seats alone are three-feet-wide, not including armrests. For couples flying together, the beds in the two middle seats turn into a double bed, according to the news source.ADNFCR-3467-ID-19910200-ADNFCR


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